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NYA to retire Roy’s number

North Yarmouth Academy will retire Travis Roy’s ’00’ jersey Saturday, Nov. 21 at 3:30 p.m. at the arena named in his honor prior to the Panthers’ game versus Tabor Academy. Roy spent two years playing for NYA and went to Boston University, where his playing career was cut short due to a paralyzing neck injury. Tickets to the event are $15 and are available at

Locals compete at individual golf states

Several locals golfers took part at the individual golf state championship meet Saturday at Natanis Golf Course in Vassalboro. Greely’s Erin Holmes, was runner-up to Lincoln Academy’s Bailey Plourde in the girls’ championship, as her superb 18-hole score of 74 was four strokes shy of Plourde’s. Teammates Janna Pavis and Sarah Novick tied for 16th after shooting a 95. Greely’s Isabella Perry tied for 26th with a round of 101. Rachel Smith (102) finished 28th. Teammate Hannah Storey shot a 114 and placed 38th. In the Class A boys’ competition, Greely’s Sam Burgoyne and Aidan Roberts tied for sixth after shooting a 77 (Camden Hills’ Cole Anderson shot a 72 and was first). Greely’s Joe Piwowarski (78) tied for ninth. Falmouth’s Alex Whitmore (81) was 15th. Teammate Reed Lonsdale shot an 83 and tied for 19th. Greely’s Jacob Storey (85) tied for 23rd. 

St. Joe’s hosting shooting clinic

St. Joseph’s College’s women’s basketball team, under the direction of coach Mike McDevitt, is conducting a shooting clinic for girls in Grades 3-9 Sunday, Nov. 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Harold Alfond Center at St. Joe’s. The fee for the clinic is $35 in advance or $45 the day of the clinic. FMI, 893-6671 or

Freeport coaching openings

There are several coaching openings in RSU5. At Freeport High School, openings include varsity Nordic skiing, assistant Alpine skiing, boys’ first team basketball, varsity girls’ tennis, boys’ JV lacrosse and part-time assistant outdoor track and field. Freeport Middle School has a vacancy for 7th grade girls’ basketball. Durham Community School needs boys’ ‘C’ basketball, cheering and softball coaches.